PLEASE NOTE: We continue to
provide legal services during our regular office hours while we are all
experiencing the impact of COVID-19.  To protect the safety of all, our
physical office is temporarily closed.  We will continue offering consultations
and meetings via telephone or through video conferencing.  We will
continue to do court appearances and mediations through virtual conferencing,
and we will do in-person court appearances if directed by the courts. 
 Although some aspects of legal services need to be modified to
accommodate the changes and restrictions imposed across the state, we remain
dedicated to providing professional and quality legal representation through
our ability to work remotely with the courts, mediators, attorneys, and clients.
Prepared, Effective,
and Committed Service

Accomplished Divorce Lawyers In Minnetonka

At Krueger & Juelich PLLC, we provide skilled divorce representation to clients in Minnetonka, Plymouth, Wayzata, Eden Prairie, Edina and throughout the Twin Cities. Our lawyers have significant experience representing clients in contested and uncontested divorces. Our versatile practice allows us to offer clients a number of effective dispute resolution options, including negotiation, mediation and traditional litigation.

We can guide you through all aspects of divorce, from protecting your financial interests in property division and spousal maintenance disputes, to advocating for you in child custody and parenting time issues.

The Importance Of Hiring A Good Divorce Lawyer

Do you need a divorce lawyer? Many people think hiring a lawyer automatically escalates a divorce to a new level of conflict. In fact, a skilled attorney can reduce conflict, providing you with relevant options and guiding you to an amicable resolution while protecting your rights.

The cost of not hiring a lawyer can be enormous. Errors and oversights in the divorce process can come back to haunt you. Doing it right the first time is far less expensive and troublesome than trying to fix a botched divorce.

Attorney Fees In Minnesota Divorces

In Minnesota, courts have the authority to award attorney fees to a divorcing party under certain circumstances. There are need-based and conduct-based attorney fee awards, and they can be ordered at any point during the divorce process. Need-based awards are based on the receiving party’s ability to pay for legal services. Conduct-based fees are awarded when one party unreasonably contributes to the length or expense of the proceeding, such as when the party files frivolous motions, fails to exchange documents or ignores court orders.

Contact An Accomplished Minnesota Divorce Lawyer

If you are engaged in a divorce or see one on the horizon, it is never too early to consult with an experienced attorney. We can advise you on the legal and practical aspects of divorce so that you are prepared for any eventual outcome.

Contact us today online or call us at 952-373-8564 to arrange your initial consultation with an experienced Minnetonka divorce attorney.